German death metallers DEBAUCHERY will release their new album, "Continue To Kill", on April 4 via AFM Records.
According to a press relase, "Continue To Kill" is "the fifth album from DEBAUCHERY and the fantastic follow-up to their successful blood-spattered platter 'Back In Blood': more evil, more brutal, much faster. With the dynamic and powerful production of Dennis Ward (ANGRA, KROKUS, PINK CREAM 69) leant to a much heavier genre, 'Continue To Kill' is on its way to finally signaling a breakthrough for these German blood-busters. With guest musicians such as Tom Naumann (ex-PRIMAL FEAR), Schmier (DESTRUCTION, HEADHUNTER) and Tomasz (ex-BELPHEGOR), this record takes on a new slant."
Check out the new song "Blood God Rising" on the DEBAUCHERY MySpace page.
DEBAUCHERY's video for the song "Lords of Battle" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's debut album, "Back in Blood", which was released in March 2007 via AFM Records. The CD was recorded at House of Music studios in Winterach, Germany with producer Dennis Ward and was made available as a double digipack, featuring a bonus CD containing seven cover versions of songs from RAMMSTEIN, MANOWAR and THE BEATLES, among other artists.
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